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Nov 13, 2012 6:00pm EST
commanders. and we'll continue to have that confidence. >> reporter: a defense official tells cnn there's a distinct possibility the defense department investigation into allen is connected to the petraeus fbi investigation. fbi agents removed property from broadwell's north carolina home on monday. >> she's cooperating which is a good idea. the question are these classified documents? >> reporter: the answer may show the national security was threatened by personal choices. in washington, emily schmidt, 9news now. >> now one u.s. official is telling emily schmidt there doesn't appear to be anything criminal in the e-mails between general allen and jill kelley. that person says kelley also did a lot of work with programs like wounded warriors which could account for some of the volume of e-mails and be real business. >>> update now on the breaking news from the top of our 5:00 hour. andrea mccarren is live in waldorf where the arrest of a couple in d.c. may have cracked a murder case. andrea? >> reporter: it did derek. in fact the metropolitan police department provided information here t
Nov 1, 2012 6:00am EDT
less than $4 billion, most of that is in loans and cnn reports fema already owes $18 billion to the treasury department they say all the way back to hurricane katrina. that's a problem. >>> the pharmaceutical industry is activated an emergency website to help patients affected by sandy find nearby pharmacies that are open. the pharmacy statuses that called rx response has been activated in d.c., maryland and virginia and nine other states with widespread power outages many pharmacies have been unable to open and of course we've seen the delivery of supplies such as drug supplies being disrupted. it may not be the situation that your pharmacy hasn't even been open. they can't even get the trucks in to get your necessary medication. so this service should help people find what they need in these really terrible times. this has been a rough week for a lot of people. >> how interconnected we are too. >>> sandy caused a lot of devastation as you've been hearing and there are a lot of people all over the coast who need help. >> here at wusa9 we're donating $1 to the american red cross san
Nov 3, 2012 8:00am EDT
. >> everybody is paying attention to ohio. and rightfully so. >> reporter: a brand new cnn poll just out has the president up by three points in the buckeye state as he tries to hold off romney and his avalanche of highly criticized ads. in a state where one out of eight jobs are connected to the auto industry the obama campaign is especially sensitive to this romney message. >> obama took gm and chrysler into bankruptcy and sold chrysler to the italians who are going build jeeps in china. >> reporter: it's designed to peel working class americans away from the president but the idea that chrysler is moving jobs from ohio to china has been attacked as untrue. >> everybody knows it's not true. the car companies themselves have told governor romney to knock it off. >> reporter: friday's jobless report showed a slight increase in unemployment but at the same time a larger than expected number of jobs were created last month. while consumer confidence is the highest since february of 2008. romney was having none of it. >> the president promised change. but he didn't deliver it. and i'm p
Nov 4, 2012 10:30am EST
projects a al al gore wins the state of florida. >> cnn announces that we call florida in the al gore column. >> florida goes for al gore. >> schieffer: in a matter of hours, we all took that back and said florida was too close to call. >> you will have 30,000 absentee ballots that aren't going to be counted until tomorrow. >> schieffer: just after 2:00 a.m., we reversed our original call and said bush had won florida and was the next president of the united states. >> bush wins. >> schieffer: less than two hours later, we retracked that call and said the election was just too close to call. >> this is no longer an election. it is like "alice in wonderland." we get stranger and stranger as alice said, fiquote her correctly. >> she's as good a person to quote right now as anybody i know. >> good evening. >> schieffer: so al gore won the popular vote but it would be well into december until the supreme court ruled that george bush had won displrd with it the presidenciy. >> i do solemnly swear... >> schieffer: our "face the nation" flashback. i'm a conservative investor. i invest i
Nov 16, 2012 7:00am EST
somewhere in central europe, i think. >> yeah, i think so. i forget. >> your show is heading over to cnn after leaving the travel channel. seemed to end on a dicey note at the travel channel. what happened? >> the last episode of my show and saw myself in a car commercial, a perfectly nice car but a car i don't drive and i don't endorse. i sort of feel before you put me in a commercial you should ask. >> is it okay to put you in the car. going to cnn there's changes at cnn. are you worried how that will affect your show? >> no. i'm happy to go over there. they are a big worldwide organization with an infrastructure all over and a history of working in difficult areas, and a lot of those places like yemen, libya, the congo, these are exactly the sort of places i haven't been able to shoot and would like to. >> the thing that's so cool i read "kitchen confidential" back in the day. it changed how i thought, i checking out the bathrooms when i went in. didn't order fish on mondays. in twopt you said eat the fish on monday already. what changed? >> since the time period covered in this book,
Nov 6, 2012 7:00am EST
to win. that is the best analysis cable news has done since the six-part cnn series, "bears, do they [ bleep ] in the woods." >>> welcome back to "cbs this morning." on this election day, we're looking at what could happen today and in the next four years. >> with us now are newt guy ritchie and dee dee myers. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> mr. speaker, before the hurricane you were predicting that governor romney would win in a landslide with over 300 electoral votes. do you think that's still true? >> well, i like your opening because i do think it comes down to turnout. i do think the guy that gets more votes today is going to probably win. so i thought that was good of you guys to package it like that. interestingly, michael barone and dick morris also agree, and karl rove is not quite as bullish, but he's close. i think that romney is going to win. i think that the presidents get the last poll number. he's at 47. obama is at 47. gallup, he's at 48. rasmussen he's at 48. that suggests to me somewhere between 51-49, which is i think where rove is, to 53-47, which
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